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COVID 19

GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCEMENT ON THE RETURN OF DENTAL SERVICES IN ENGLAND.

We, like you, learned of the government’s plans for dental practices to re-open from Monday 8th June during the briefing. of the Prime Minister on the 28th of May

At the moment, and so that you are fully aware, only dental practices who can evaluate that they have the PPE (personal protective equipment) and IPC (infection prevention and control) requirements in place are allowed to welcome back patients. Fortunately, we at Smiles on Broadway have been working tirelessly behind the scenes to prepare for our re-opening, to ensure that it is safe for both patients and staff to return.

In light of the Prime Minister’s briefing, we will be in touch with our valued patients in the coming weeks about any further updates that will occur.

Whilst we prepare for our re-opening, however, we respectfully ask that you do not call the practice to book any routine appointments. Initial appointments will be prioritised for emergencies only

From all of us at Smiles on Broadway, we thank you for your patience through these trying times

Continue to remain safe and we will see you soon.

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Dental Implants

Our affordable dental implants

Are you hoping to restore your smile to its former glory?
Dental implants are currently the closest possible way to having your original natural teeth back and are a popular choice for both single tooth replacement and specifically front tooth replacement options. Highly effective, they provide one of the best missing tooth replacement options.

As a result of filling the gaps caused by missing teeth, dental implants can help to plump cheeks giving a more youthful appearance and additionally help to maintain bone levels preventing further tooth loss.

Treatment Summary

They are implanted under local anesthetic and will need to be left for three to six months following placement to allow the bone to grow and stabilise around the screw before they can be restored. This could be with a crown, a bridge or denture depending on the number of missing teeth. They are long-lasting, usually remaining in situ for a good ten years and as such are a cost-effective treatment option when compared to other restorations that need regular replacements.

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The benefits of dental implants

  • Improved confidence and self-esteem as you are able to smile again
  • Can help you to look and feel younger
  • Enable you to eat a varied and full diet without fear

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Pre-Treatment Consultation

At Smiles, we feel it important to offer a no-obligation consultation to anyone who is considering treatment. This will enable us to fully explain the products we use and what is involved in the delivery of the treatment.  It will also enable us to ask you a few health-based questions which may highlight possible contraindications to having such treatments. In this case, we will be able to advise you of alternative options. Your health and safety is of paramount importance to us and we always endeavour to ensure the safest and optimal outcome for you. 

 

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Frequently asked questions 

What are dental implants and how do they work?
Implants are used to replace one or more missing teeth, to support non-removable permanent bridges for multiple teeth or to provide support to a full or partial denture. As they help to maintain the bone they also help to prevent further tooth loss and sunken facial appearance.
Usually made from Titanium, the implant must first be surgically placed into the bone. It can take anyway from three to nine months for it to become integrated into the jaw. A life-like porcelain tooth restoration is then matched to the original tooth colour and attached to the implant abutment.
Is a successful outcome guaranteed?

This process has a success rate of between ninety to ninety five percent making it is a very reliable and successful option but as with so many procedures there is a very small risk of it not working as expected. There are well-documented examples of implants lasting for over 30 years but even with the most up-to-date versions you will require some minor re-servicing in particular to the denture or fixed tooth that carries the implant. The expected outcome of dental implants are considered optimal when compared to that of root canal treatment.

Are there any known complications?

Any surgical procedure carries a small risk of complication but it is rare with dental implants. The main risks are failure of the implant to attach or integrate with the jaw bone or possible damage to adjacent anatomical structures. Any risk can be further minimised by careful pre-operative planning and ensuring that our patients are fully informed of all risks and likely outcomes.

If initial problems occur can the procedure be repeated?

In the event of an implant not integrating with the bone, it may be possible to leave the site to heal for a few months and attempt the procedure at a later date. However it may have failed due to the patient having an unfavourable bone pattern or pathology or as the result of an infection.

Can an implant fail after a long period of time?

Occasionally an implant may fail after it has been seen to work well for many years. This could be due to several reasons but most commonly it will be due to: Overloading- as a result of the patient insisting on fewer implants than recommended usually due to limited finances. This means that there will be insufficient implants to achieve a reliable outcome. Stress on the implant which may occur due to excessive grinding or clenching of teeth.

Do implants hurt?

The actual process to place the implant requires a small operation carried out under local anaesthetic and/or sedation. There is no pain at this time but it is quite normal to experience some discomfort during the next week or so. This is usually due to the presence of stitches and the healing process

How much does it cost to get a tooth replaced?

Many people dismiss dental implants assuming that tooth replacement cost will be too high. At Smiles our dental fees are extremely affordable when compared to other practices. Often only slightly more than the more traditional treatment with crowns bridges.

An advantage of implants that should be considered is that it does not require the tooth to be cut or trimmed down on either side in preparation for a crown to support a bridge. Additionally as the tooth is fixed permanently to the implant it will not move around affecting speech or eating as a regular denture might.

Can anyone have dental implants?

The pre-requisite for this type of treatment is that you must be generally healthy in yourself but also have healthy gums and enough bone to support the implants.

Why do I need to book a consultation if I am fit and healthy?
It is vital that you take the opportunity to speak to one of our experienced clinicians to determine whether you are a suitable candidate. After examining you, we may not be able to proceed if it is determined that you have reduced bone depth, width or density or that your sinus cavity is too low. If this is the case we will discuss alternative options that would suit you better.

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